Saturday, August 15, 2020

Robert Trump, younger brother of President Trump, has passed away

Food for thought

Friday, August 14, 2020

The fundamental lack of curiosity about these ongoing riots on the part of national media and politicians is nuts.

Here we go....

President Trump talks about all the things we can do, Joe Biden talks about everything we *can't* do.

Oh, the memory hole. Harris ended her bid--broke, with tanked poll numbers-- two months before Iowa caucuses. The only person to flame earlier, more spectacularly, was Beto

This is why people are getting out of California right now.

...the California proposal would raise the highest state tax rate in the country even higher, and renew the possibility of wealthy Californians fleeing the state. ...The tax would only effect the top 0.5% of California taxpayers. But that small group of super-earners — many of them in tech — pay 40% of the state’s tax revenues, according to California’s Franchise Tax Board. The new tax rate would also apply to capital gains, which accounts for a large share of tech income, since California taxes capital gains at the same rates as ordinary income. With many tech companies now allowing executives to work remotely for the next year, top earners could more easily leave the state and work in places with no income tax, like Nevada and Texas. If the new tax is approved in August, it would be retroactive for this year and apply to income earned since January 2020. “The tax hikes would be the tipping point for many taxpayers,” said Robert Gutierrez, president of the California Taxpayers Association, which advocates lower taxes, “prompting them to book a one-way trip to one of the 49 states with lower taxes.”

All California tax hike proposals are for pensions, no matter what they tell you. "California Must Address Its Public-School Deficits."

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: Democrats Are Waging War Against Tradition And The Constitution

Thursday, August 13, 2020

This is HUGE. "Today we usher in a new era of peace between Israel and the Arab world."

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This is HUGE

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This isn't some hypothetical future sci-fi dystopia. This is today, right now. In China.

#AB5 Fans Got What They Wanted - Now Uber & Lyft Will Leave CA, At Least Temporarily

Protesters targeted the private home of a police officer, attacking both him and his girlfriend.⠀

“Probably not the best roll out.”

In their own words...

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Attorney General William P. Barr on the Resignation of Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best

#Obamagate:Targeting of Trump may have begun in 2015

Dementia sufferer paints stunning mural on care home walls

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A dementia sufferer has painted a stunning mural of the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge on the walls of his care home - complete with exactly the right number of windows. Robert Hall decorated the stunning depiction of London landmarks across his room in the Priory Mews care home in Dartford, Kent. Robert, who is known around the home as Bob, is an artist who spent much of his life pursuing his passion for drawing and painting. Before he came to Priory Mews, Robert used the walls of his home to create drawings, one of which displayed a large painting of the Houses of Parliament. As his condition deteriorates he can no longer create the pictures he used to, he still dabbles with a pencil and paper every now and again, his carers said.

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With Kamala Harris, Biden gives moderates no reason to vote for him